This introductory chapter summarizes the book as a whole, and distinguishes three different dimensions or conceptions of morality: morality versus immorality, morality versus prudence, and morality versus non-normative factuality. Natural-law theorists who oppose legal positivism by insisting on necessary connections between law and morality have focused on one or more of those dimensions of morality when presenting their arguments.
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